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, there is an accident. saratoga, watch for a crash. up to speed on the major roadways. 54 on the southbound j.f.x. into town. this is the beltway at reisterstown road. very light volume on most of the major roadways. 95 up to speak at route 24. from the tydings memorial bridge down to the fort mchenry, we are looking good at the moment. 55 miles on 295 approaching 100. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> four people are dead in ohio. the crash happened early sunday morning. investigators say a man was driving with his children when he turned his minivan around and started driving the wrong way. he hit another minivan. the driver and his son were killed in the crash. president obama attended a service for the late senator daniel inouye. a salute was fired as his coffin arrived. he was the first japanese american elected to both houses of congress. he died of respiratory complications last sunday. george h.w. bush is still in stable condition in a houston hospital. he has been hospitalized since november while undergoing treatment for bronchitis. he still needs to build up some strained
in saratoga in the late 90s and was a multimillionaire. police say his wife called 911. >> that woman reported that someone had broken into her house and ransacked it. that she was injury and needed help. >> she had been beaten. her husband dead-on the floor. there was at least one intruder and possibly four in the home. >> their intention was to do harm with the victims on the respect. the fact is that these are dangerous individuals or very dangerous individual and they need to be brought to justice. >> investigators have not said whether it was random or target and that worries neighbors. >> it makes me happy that i have a burglar alarm and i will be sure to put it on at night. >> i have been here 28 years and this is the only couple i don't know. we are very surprise and shock and taken back. >> investigators are being tight lipped on the details like how long were the killers inside the home and if anything was taken. live in los gatos, nbc bay area news. . >> i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. more showers lingering for tonight and parts of saturday, but a stronger week
we got a taste of that chill in san jose near the border with saratoga, the cold weather left a calling card, a leaky pipe in this water heater. >> colder water coming into the house, ground water supply is colder when the older water heaters expire or start to leak. >> reporter: don't know what frosty the snowman is up to this morning frosty the parked car was everywhere you looked. frosty the lawn covering was out and frosty the bush topping was in full display at peet's coffee in san jose, met a person who told us with about his run in with jack frost. >> i realized when i walked out this morning it reminded me of colorado, i lived there for a long time. >> reporter: did you go back in and put more stu on? >> absolutely. -- >> reporter: tim and his dogma juror were enjoying the chilly morning. major -- major more so than tim. >> loves it. >> reporter: up in san francisco, also a bundle up kind of morning. the bundle upest one of the season for the folks downtown. in san jose these two men exiting a coffee shop neither ready for the weather after a workout. >> you run a litt
creek south of saratoga and south of san jose, as well. rainfall totals the past 24 hours, quite impressive. over an inch of rain in redwood city, concord, also fairfield, over two inches of rain in san rafael. folks, this next system will move in tomorrow morning, three to four additional inches of rain possible in some locations. we'll tell you when you can expect the heavy rain comingup. >>> check out this storm damage tonight in san francisco, a large branch from a tree came crashing down during strong rains and winds. the 76 gas station on potrero avenue was damaged and car window was damaged. >> we would have gotten killed about f we were sitting in the car last night. >> fortunately there was no one under the canopy when it came crashing down. >> a car crashed into a car. one looned down the embankment on the roof and other went halfway down and landed on the side. no one was seriously hurt. >> take a look at nasty driving conditions along lake tahoe. and kingvale, now to highway 267 at northstar, it is snow packed and still coming down this afternoon. it's making for trea
. there are a few accidents to watch out for. one in baltimore silty on -- city on saratoga street and more in owings mills on green spring valley road at spring hill road. heading to the beltway, no delays on the west side. and you are look live in towson here west of york road, traffic is moving along. no problems getting down to 95 and the outer loop clear all the way up to 83. that's a look at your traffic. megan over to you. >> all right. pies, cookies and cakes the holiday wouldn't be complete without the treats but if you dieting, it can be roadblocks tower weight loss journey and we have tips on how to indulge without overdoing it. and a young girl diagnosed with terminal cancer is helping to make the lives of other children better. we will look at how she is making a difference. w=!n [ boy 1 ] hey! that's the last crescent. oh, did you want it? yea we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half that's not half! guys, i have more! thanks mom [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin aunt sally's singing again. it's a t
to tell you about. we have two in baltimore isn'ty on east saratoga -- silty -- city at east saratoga and green spring valley road at spring hill road. traveling on 795, no problems to report whatsoever. it will be an easy ride heading to the beltway and this is what the beltway looks like. traffic is moving along normal 11 minute ride from 795 all the way down to 95. and as we look at the other abc2 timesaver traffic drive times east side of the beltway in great shape. 11 minutes to travel the outer loop right now from 95 all the way up to 83. and 95 nice and clear in white marsh four minutes from route 43 down to the beltway and the south side will be nice and clear and you won't have any problems getting to the airport this morning. route 295 also going to be free of delays. that's a look at your traffic megan over to you. >>> three minutes after 6. if you thought putting off your holiday shopping would mean less people in the stores, think again. millions of you are expect to go out and do that last-minute holiday shopping and linda so is live at the mall in columbia. what are sho
of this is below the radar beam so it doesn't pick it up. around the san jose area but closer to saratoga. 50s on the temps. just due to that southeast wind. our temperatures have gone way up. tomorrow they will go way down. really because the cold air will work its way in a little bit today. there is already some up toward mendocino county and lake county. 50s on the temps or low 60s. in fact, i wouldn't be surprised san jose, morgan hill, and gilroy due to that southeast wind. so very mild conditions today. colder windy. really cold wednesday morning. then we start to focus our attention on rain. we kick in thursday. kind of a semi break. not a lot on friday. what looks to be a pretty wet pattern into the weekend. >> thank you, steve. >>> for the first time apple is announcing how many iphones it sold in china. more than two million iphone fives sold in the first three days the devices were available in china. apple says that is the best debut for any iphone in china. >>> cisco selling off another piece of its consumer unit. the san jose based company has hired barclays to sell its router un
still working in the city, s rshgssara -- saratoga. there's a look at 95. now, wjz has the stories that people are talking about this morning. here's jessica. >> thank you . >>> the sandy hook elementary shootings have pushed debate over gun control to the forefront of the nation's consciousness. the latest from washington. >> hundreds of protestors marched across the brooklyn bridge asking for new gun control laws. as there were demonstrations outside a gun shop outside washington dc. >> to allow these kind of gun that is have no other murder than to murder, slaughter innocent people and children is insane. >> fear of new gun control laws has made the weapons one of the hottest selling items this christmas. >> definitely stock up and buy things i can't get in the future. 2 weeks ago you could have bought one gun for $1,400 and now it's $2,500. >> the debate over gun control is just as heated here on capitol hill. the nra says it will fight any new restrictions. >> what every mom and dad want when they drop their kid off at school in january is if we have a police officer in that
in the south bay. >>> that's right, we have not a lot of details but the saratoga ramp is shut down. in san rafael we have a two car crash head-on with injuries. the impact was so severe the front wheels actually came off one car, all but one lane is closed and there is not a lot of traffic -- and there is a lot of traffic with a lot of debris in the roadway. >> not too many folks on the roadways as you make your way into the city. here is rosemary orozco. >>> giving you a look at storm tracker 2, picking up a few returns, a few sprinkles are falling and we are picking up a few sprinkles in bodega bay. we do have the possibility of a few light scattered showers with mostly cloudy conditions overhead. for some it is not as cold, upper 30s and 40s around the region. this is what i do expect with today's system. about half the amount of rain is sunday's storm and it is not quite as robust in this direction. we will watch this begin to pick up with the front and 24- mile-per-hour gusts and the coast can be a little bit stronger. as well as northern california, it is 3500 feet and it will last t
. albany is about five or six pounds all together. it is troy, schenectady, its saratoga. saratoga is only half an hour away. these are great places to live. and to see. there's a lot to see. account is coming back. it's also a great, beautiful town. a really beautiful town. and a lot of people know it now. it doesn't have that reputation anymore people thought it had. >> on a recent visit to albany, new york, with the help of our partner time warner cable, booktv explored the literary and cultural atmosphere of the city. albany known as one of the most populous cities in the u.s. in 1810 is home to several institutions of higher living -- learning including the university of albany, stage and president of new york, a albany law school which is the fourth oldest law school in the u.s., anti-albany college of pharmacy and health sciences. >> we are in the university of albany's department of special collections and archives, and what are the main depositor on campus for collecting archival records, historical records, primary sources that are used by students, teachers, scholars, journalist
's troy, its colony, and saratoga. saratoga is only half an hour away. and, these are great places to live and to see and there is a lot to see in this town. the town is coming back. it's also it great, a beautiful town. it's a really beautiful town and a lot of people know it now. it doesn't have that reputation anymore that we thought it had. >> for more information on this and other cities on the local content vehicles tour go to c-span.org/localcontent. >> now on booktv robert sullivan presents a history of the american revolution with a focus on the middle colony, new york, new jersey and portions of pennsylvania. it also recalls the importance of the region during the war and visit several sites to document their historical significance and view the landscape today. from washington's crossing of the delaware to the battle of her clan. it's about an hour, 15. [applause] >> the subtitle of this book is an old irishman not being funny, so it's a great honor to introduce the author and my friend, robert sullivan. i have known two geniuses in my life. one is dead and the other robert sull
. .. >> and programs with young writers and a summer institute that we in saratoga. >> my life in the last few years was, i suppose you'd call it adventurous. but this thing ruined everything. [laughter] >> we go far and wide, find the best writers that we can ask and bring them to albany. it's like bringing the world the a particular place. and i don't think -- i can't think of any other organization, even some of the better known ones in major cities that have such a regular flow of creative talent coming through and at no cost to the public. with our open door policy. we bring the literary world to albany. so all these people whose names, faces and dates, events you see are people who have come from far and wide to read to the general public here. and we've had somewhere, my most recent count now has gotten us up to at least 10 or probably 11 nobel laureates across the years ranging from toni morrison who actually used to teach at albany to most recently a south african writer, and along the way, i don't know, people like the nigerian writer, wally, or the caribbean writer derek walcott, or the i
to pick up some of this coverage toward saratoga, here we go. heavier rain and the possibility of some -- little bit of isolated hail with in these pockets. just be careful driving highway 17 in the short term. there is san jose with a few lingering rain showers, out toward the san mat, o coast but out toward san mateo extending across the bay. haywood, activity to report on 880, nothing to major but still enough to wet the roadways, we will move the maps and not a lot of coverage to the north bay. activity on the increase, ocean beach and the activity will continue to be on the increase at least with san francisco in the short term. we expect a change in the weather pattern into thursday but another system, more of the timing on that in just a few. >> caltrans making repairs after a major rock slide near big sur. it happened sunday afternoon. a 60-foot section the roadway is damaged. caltrans said it hopes to have at least one lane open sometime this week. snoot . >>> retailers are hoping for a boost after some say the season may be the worst since the financial crisis. >> reporter:
saratoga. you can see the rainfall rate over an inch an hour. that's the estimate with the radar and the closer inspection toward saratoga. around campbell. around loss g atos. that's heavy rain out toward 17 as you can pick out here and we will continue to move the maps here. we will show you this as far as current temperatures, on the cool side. in addition to the rains, cool numbers out there, mainly in the 40s to the lower 50s. forecast headlines for today. the showers, possibility of a thunderstorm, a dry forecast for tomorrow, this weekend, we will be tracking showers on saturday, sunday will be dry but on the cool side. forecast for today, cool showers as we just showed you this morning, the chance into the afternoon, in fact a fairly good chance but the overall coverage should be -- here is the satellite radar, thunderstorm activity, at least the probability, the winter storm warning in place until 1 11:00. here is the updated model showing you this. keep the embroil will, the jacket. by 12:00 still scattered source, temperatures 47 to 52 and that chance by 4:00 this afte
series and programs with young writers and summer institute we run in czar tow saratoga. adventure but this thing ruined everything. >> go far and wide. find the west writers we can. it's like bringing the world to the particular place, and i don't think -- i can't think of any other organizations even some of the better known ones in major cities that have such a regular flow of creative talent coming through and at no cost to the public with our open-door policy. so we bring the little rare -- literary world to albany. all these people's names and places and dates and events is are people who have come from far and wide to read to the general public here. and we had somewhere -- my most recent count is up to ten or probably eleven across the years ranging to tony morris who used to teach al albany to most recently the south african writer. and along the way -- or the caribbean writer derrick, or the irish poet. the names go on, but along the way, we archive all of by video and audio all the people that come through. we left the footprint, they left a footprint, and the institute
city writers have weekend homes all the way up to saratoga and beyond. we have places like the writer's colony, writers' groups in hudson, new york, east and west into western massachusetts and west to syracuse. that's the audience sort of circumference that we work with. so when you go back and you find a general population quite proud of albany's connections to henry james and herman melville or even brett hart, a story writer, or, you know, just a little bit further east over to emily dickenson or a little bit further south to say hi to our old friend walt whitman or edith wharton. when we have this sense of the cultural heritage, it helps to amplify writers' own senses of, you know, being part of a larger story which i think is quite important for the whole sense of literary tradition. so there's this rich ground that's here already. and then the writer's institute comes in and becomes a beacon, it becomes a magnetic pull, it becomes a resource if nothing else, and it may make the rest of that sound too high highfalutin. but it becomes something that feeds the whole system. it giv
and a summer institute that we run in saratoga. >> the life of the -- my life in the last few years was, i suppose you'd call it adventurous. but this thing ruined everything. [laughter] >> we go far and wide, find the best writers that we can and bring them to albany. it's like bringing the world to a particular place. and i don't think -- i can't think of any other organization, even some of the better known ones in major cities that have such a regular flow of creative talent coming through and at no cost to the public with our open door policy. so we bring the literary world to albany. so all these people whose names, faces and dates, events you see are people who have come from far and wide to read to the general public here. .. on the way, archive all of by video and audio all of the people who have come through so we have left a footprint, they have left a footprint, of the institute was founded in 1983, officially became new york state writers institute, in 1984, and over the years we had more than a thousand riders through. >> my sister was a rabid conservative who actually worked
is about five or six townsel put together. it's story, schenectady, colony in saratoga. saratoga is only half an hour away. these are great places to live and to see. there's a lot to see you next time. it's also the beautiful town. it's a really beautiful town and a lot of people know it now. it doesn't have the reputation anymore i had. >> according to author mike lofgren, "the party is over." how the republicans are crazy, democrats became useless and the middle class that shafted. mr. lofgren, how did the republicans go crazy? >> well, they go crazy when they became an apocalyptic home that lives in its own bubble. we have seen not in the last election. they simply could not believe the public polls, what they were saying that obama was probably going to win and most democratic senate candidates are going to win. they were shellshocked in their own works. if they cannot accept empirical reality, they're going to be in big trouble and the succeeding elections. speenine democrats became useless? did not well, they became useless in the party of me too, but less after three successive l
or six towns all put together. it's troy, it's schenectady, it's colony, it's saratoga. saratoga's only half an hour away. and these are great places to live and to see, and there's a lot to see in this town. town is coming back. it's also a great, a beautiful town. it's a really beautiful town. and a lot of people know it now. it doesn't have that reputation anymore that stanford white thought it had. >>
.66. and saratoga had 3.54. that is just a small sampling of some of these rainfall totals today. right now a few spotty showers here across the south bay in the peninsula. but nothing major in terms of rainfall. but it really is this after storm on the roadways there is so much water that has been ponding up. and we're driving at 50 to 60 miles per hour tonight on some of these interstates. they'll need to take the speed down because the windshield wipelers still need to be going without water getting kicked up on the roads. current numbers in the 50s. we'll take you live outside to the hd sky camera network on this stormy friday. you'll see traffic moving right here. but the cloud cover is lingering as once again we'll have some showers staying into at least the first part of your weekend. san rafael, the traffic is going quite a bit slower, and also some very slick roadways tonight. please, please just advise some extra caution. all right. let's get you back into the weather boards. what we have happening is a very, very weak wave of energy as we head throughout saturday. for us, it's going to
and headquarters are lloyds a monte sereno home. the 66-year-old also once owned the well-known saratoga mountain winery in the 1990. >>> investigators say the teen boy was found shot every times in this neighborhood on pacific avenue near lincoln just after 11:last night. police say victim appeared to be 17 years old of his name has not been released. authorities say this killing may be gang-related. it is the cities a 43rd home this year, and that matches a 20-year high that was set in 1997. >>> police launch an investigation after a man's body was found at a muni station at the 3rd station rail station at mission and rock streets. the man's body was found on the station's platform. >>> a natural gas leak in stockton forced more than 00 people from their homes. it started about 8:30 this morning after pg&e crews found a 6" gas line ruptured tier minor avenue. the escaping gas sent dirt and debris flying. the fire department ordered the evacuation of six blocks of houses. the utility said it doesn't know what caused that leak. >>> president obama pushed lawmakers to prevent the so- called fall
in the air. there will be plenty of frost. you might even see frost near the mountains, saratoga. here is the system i am tracking. they are just going to keep coming around the corner into the weekend. when i come back, i got the computer model, a chance for showers tomorrow, sprinkles. not a big deal and more after that. when i come back i will have the details and line up the storms for you. >> thank you. >>> new details on a homicide case in san francisco. what we learned about one of the victims bound boun and gagged. >> free flu shots for all -- bound and gagged. >> free flew shots for all bay area children. where you can go. you won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and we're winning. at chevron nigeria, we haven't had a reported case in 12 years. aids is strong. aids is strong. but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ aids is going to lose. because we know how much you do. to mak
wreaths on veterans' graves in saratoga. an organizer says the annual event is inspiring people to thank service members for their sacrifice. >> they like the idea of having wreaths out at the cemetery over the holidays. people really supported that and we do a lot of e-mails and lot of flyers and try to get the word out as much as possible and it's growing. >> veterans from the civil war through the war in afghanistan are buried here. mark bingham, one of the 9/11 heroes who helped stop flight 93 from reaching washington is also buried there. >>> president obama is reportedly poised to nominate massachusetts senator john kerry as the next secretary of state. senator kerry has been praised by some republican colleagues in the senate, indicating he could face an easy confirmation. the possible nomination comes following the withdrawal of nominee susan rice. the white house has not confirmed the report. >>> current secretary of state hillary clinton is recovering from a concussion she suffered this morning. secretary clinton fainted and hit her head. she has been fighting off a stomach vir
light rain, and san jose, saratoga, morgan hill. next week looks wet, with a series of rain storms headed towards the bay area. we'll look at the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> ama: still to come at 11:00, new developments in the murders of two teenage girls in oakland, what authorities learned tonight. >>> an arrest in the bomb threat that shut down two schools in the south bay this week. >>> the countdown to christmas is on. the holiday craziness that's underway in the bay >> ama: two adults and a juvenile have been arrested in connection with the shooting deaths of two teens in oakland a month ago. a 15-year-old and her best friend were gunned down on a quiet street corner sunday morning. the girls were stand on the street when a car drove by and fired 36 shots. >> a 16-year-old boy is accused of spray painting bomb threats that shut down two schools in the south bay. this graffiti named a teacher. we blurred his name to protect his identity. almost identical messages were sprayed on the walls in two other schools. >>> a southern california mall was longed down ton
to saratoga. actually shut down while crews clear the scene. the main lines of the freeway appear to be moving just fine. the golden gate bridge. should we wait for a car to come? >> we might have to wait until 7:00. >> not much going on traffic wise. one more camera just because and there's a couple of cars out there. >> breaking news we have a car out there. >> 880 and 237. >>> 4:47 now. the united states marine corps is about to crack down on drinking. it will do random tests on marines and sailors starting in the new year. .1% or higher may be referred to a counselor and those at .4% or higher will be checked for fitness for duty. a recent study found that binge drinking on the drive. >>> the company tweeted an apology last night saying the outage was caused by amazon's web service, the twitter feed also says engineers are trying to fix a tough night on christmas eve. lot of people watching movies. the company spokesman said the outage stretched across the americas. >>> a u.s. airways flight crew has quite a story to tell on this christmas morning. their plane's tail caught fire last night
, and 280, you have wet weather. and redwood city, from montero, all very light rain, through saratoga and further south to morgan hill and gilroy, and a few showers around stotts valley. this is the order of the day. it's out ahead of the next system that still has several hours to get here. once it does it will accompany us through the evening hours. we have flood watches up through some of the bay area counties receipt through tomorrow evening. katie. >> thank you, lisa. flood warnings are in effect in sonoma county as the water levels in several rivers and creeks continue to rise. abc7 news reporter kera is live in pet aluminum ma where willow creek is a good example of how wild it's getting there. >> yeah, willowbrook creek behind me was empty, if you can believe me. ofjust two days ago people who work around here were surprised how quickly it filled yesterday. this is all over sonoma county. here's the russian river. residents are being a dramatic change in the river levels. one man whose trailer sits on the banks of the river. he watch the river rise 17 feet yesterday. flood sig
to rely on cell phone service. >>> viewers have sent in picks of the damage. in saratoga, the soft soil and strong winds helped rip out the roots of this massive tree. a view sent us thispick from san francisco's knob hill neighborhood. not only did the tree pull free but the stakes came out of the ground as well. >> the effects from hurricane sanity are still being felt on the east coast. the national park service doesn't know when the statue of liberty will re-open. much of the infrastructure on liberty and ellis island is damaged. walkways are ripped apart. the sea wall is cracked. the power and heating systems are damaged. the national park system doesn't know how much the repairs and cleanup will cost. >>> a philanthropist is helping hurricane sandy victims with his annual giveaway. the secret santa hands out $100 bills. >> $500, will that help you? >> going to my tower. >> it's not every day a complete stranger will pay your bills but sometimes the most unlikely miracles do happen. >> must have drop that. >> no. >> got to be yours. >> oh, my god. are you serious? >> the culprit? s
, windy, miserable sunday morning. viewers continue to send us their storm pictures in sara saratoga. the soft soil and strong winds ripped out the roots of this massive tree yesterday. it was not the only tree pulled from the ground. a viewer sent us a picture from san francisco's knob hill neighborhood. not only did the tree pull free, but the stake came out of the ground as well. you can e-mail us your weather photos to you kgo-tv.com. >>> other news this morning, police have released a suspect sketch in the city's first homicide in 40 years. they are searching for this man. he is described as white or hispanic in his early 20s with dark hair and dark highs. the victim was the former owner of the mountain winery. his wife called police early friday morning saying an intruder had ild killed -- had killed her husband, attacked her and ransacked their home. she was treated at the hospital for her injuries. >>> san francisco fire investigators are expected to be back at the scene of a fire that destroyed an historic building near the zoo. they say the blaze is suspicious in nature. fl
. but you can send us your storm pictures. in saratoga the soft soil and strong winds helped rip out the roots of this massive tree yesterday. it wasn't the only tree pulled from the ground. a viewer sent us this picture from san francisco's knob hill find. not only did the tree pull free but the stake came out of the ground, as well. you can e-mail your weather photos to us at ureport@kgo-tv.com. love to put them up there. our meteorologist lease arnold very busy today tracking this storm with live doppler 7hd. you are over there at the weather center, lisa. what is the latest? >> trying to push this cold front out of the area. but right now it's hung up from sacramento to santa rosa. we are looking heavier rain pushing south. look at the reds and oranges. looking at heavy rain from 101, and reports of downed trees and power lines and still very heavy rain throughout the next hour in the north bay. there's sound saint heleena where the radar is. napa getting heavier rain right now. the rain is picking up on the peninsula and east bay. everyone looking at winds from 30, 40 and even 5
tomorrow on sunnyvale saratoga road the first 100 in line, will get free fresh sour bow -- sourdough bread everyday for a year. >>> next, we are back on storm watch. the fourth system to hit in a week has arrived. mike is tracking the rain with live doppler. >> also, back on-the-job, late night deal ending the strike that crippled two of the nation's largest ports. >>> new expansion plans just
, 66 in san jose. 63 for you in sunnyvale in the south bay. 65 saratoga. a mild day on the peninsula and 64 red rood city, san mateo. 65 in that half moon bay. clear skies in downtown san francisco. low 60s and sunny in the north bay. those northerly winds, northeasterly winds will warm you up to 68 in santa rosa, nava dough and head out -- novato and 66 in oakland and 64 concord and 65 livermore. around the monterey bay, temperature of 67 in monterey. here is your accu-weather forecast. chance of rain late tuesday into wednesday. wednesday is a real wet day. a cooler pattern and mid50s by wednesday. we will keep it cool. i will be honest with you. not that i am not normally, between friday and sunday, ama, the computer models are iffy. there is a chance of showers and maybe not. we'll pinpoint it as we get closer. right now we are doing drizzle and a chance of showers. >> thank you, sandhya. >>> a group of mothers collected food and toys. the firefighters delivered bags of toys. an organization called moms against poverty plans to give the items away as part of the helping hand proj
for you in sunnyvale in the south bay.aratoga. 65 saratoga. a mild day on the peninsula and 64 red rood city, san mateo. 65 in that half moon bay. clear skies in downtown san francisco. low 60s and sunny in the north bay. those northerly winds, northeasterly winds will warm you up to 68 in santa rosa, nava dough and head out -- novato and 66 in oakland and 64 concord and 65 livermore. around the monterey bay, temperature of 67 in monterey. here is your accu-weather forecast. chance of rain late tuesday into wednesday. wednesday is a real wet day. a cooler pattern and mid50s by wednesday. we will keep it cool. i will be honest with you. not that i am not normally, between friday and sunday, ama, the computer models are iffy. there is a chance of showers and maybe not. we'll pinpoint it as we get closer. right now we are doing drizzle and a chance of showers. >> thank you, sandhya. >>> a group of mothers collected food and toys. the firefighters delivered bags of toys. an organization called moms against poverty plans to give the items away as part of the helping hand project. they helped
was responsible for the surprise victory at saratoga. the arms had arrived in portsmith, just in time, carrieded overland, and they were about to beat us, and suddenly, this flow of arms came, and we were able to turn the war around. he was -- the book is called "the improbable patriot," but my next book directly on this period will come on about a year, and it's called "the seven pillars of power," and it's how george washington took this vaguely defined office, the presidency, and turned it into what many now call the imperial presidency. he did this on his own. people credit hamilton, but it was he, george washington. yes, sir? >> you mentioned the name john hancock in connection with the boston tea party, and john hancock, i take it, the leading mother chapter, perhaps in the colony. what was his part in the boston tea party? >> well, he was -- he wanted no part of it. he wanted to continue smuggling and making money. he was arguably the wealthiest banker. there was no hard currency in the hemisphere at the time, so fer chants, everything on barter, and merchants, large merchants like hancoc
author and defender of battlefields in saratoga, and a very important national figure. she never talks about us-mexico war, even though her father being killed in that war was a defining factor in her life. i think the revolution, for a lot of americans -- that is a war that is about principle. then we have these other battles and wars that people are involved and that are not really that principle. certainly the us-mexico war was into that category. >> [inaudible question] >> yes? >> [inaudible question] >> yes. yeah. >> [inaudible question] no more than 57 years later -- [inaudible question] >> yeah. >> [inaudible question] >> okay. >> bloomington, illinois, which is not far from here, where they imported mexican labor. the mexican workers got here, they realized that the union was on strike. so there is a huge turnaround as far as attitude and, again, the people. >> there is, but there isn't a change in attitude. a lot of people in the united states are perfectly happy as long as they can be sent back to mexico once the labor was done. the program is really an incredibly unfair prog
jose and a heavier rain in saratoga. this is what it looks like outside. this is the weather forecast. you can barely see the bay bridge. temperatures in the 50s. we will warm up a bit in the afternoon. when will it end i will let you know coming up in just a little bit. >> people watching streams and creeks for potential flooding. merchants have put in place sandbag, many of which are still out from the storm system last month. crews have cleared out debris from creeks and drains. at bubba's diner, they are as ready as they can be. >> you hope mother nature is on your side. >> you can't stop mother nature. if she rains and floods, she will do it. we do as much as we can to prepare. >> back in 2005 the flooding happened downtown, causing hundreds of thousands in damage. >>> if you are planning on spending christmas in the mountains, be warned, it is a dangerous trek up there. i-80 is completely clogged from gold run to lake tahoe. many drivers were caught off guard by the weather conditions. i-# 0 near colfax had to be shut down because of accidents and truck spinouts. >> there i
she becomes this prolific author about the revolution and a defender of battlefield in saratoga, and an important national figure. he she never talks about the u.s.-mexico war even though her father being killed in that war was a defining factor in her life. the revolution for a lot of americans, that is a war that is about principle, the civil war is about principle and world war ii is about principle and these other battles that we are involved in, that i thought were principal. and certainly the u.s./mexico war fell into that category. [inaudible] [inaudible] >> yes. [inaudible] >> yes. [inaudible] >> right. >> there's a strike which is not far from here. reported mexican labor is out of the paragraph newspaper, and when the mexican workers realized the union was on strike, they refused to work effectively. there is a huge turnaround as far as attitude and what happens to the people. >> there is that there isn't a change in attitude. a lot of people of the united states are happy to import mexican laborers as long as they can be sent to mexico once labor was done and it was r
, now began to face her. saratoga, turning point of the war. i was struck by the ledger from early 1778 that printed the objections that congress raise to the terms of surrender. so early 17 decomposes pennsylvanian ledgers printed in philadelphia. this happens to be under a headline you don't eat your, extracts from rebel papers. here we have congress asking where some of the surrendered items are. how come the number of baskets is less than the prisoners and baskets are unfit for service. how comes the number and it be so greatly inferior to that of the muskets? what also struck me as benedict arnold industries and helped revitalize a lingering war. dennison comrade who wrote the contextual essay for that section of the book points to the nifty new green papers and all the correspondents use research, on the one of them were nifty new green pointed to god intervening in the revolutionary war and a rooster in the uncovered an addict arnold. nathaniel greene has suggested even in this report, feels that god had intervened in the revolutionary war and helped the americans on cover the tr
francisco forest hill area the coldest area in san francisco, 36° now. sunnyvale, saratoga, palo alto, los gatos, campbell, san ramon valley, north bay valleys all at 32° or cooler now. frost advisory panning out for the east bay valleys, shoreline and santa clara valley. a lot of mid to upper 20s in the north bay now. freeze warning panning out, temperatures stay in this dangerous category through 8:00 this morning, after that you can uncover the plants and let the pets back out. temperatures 5 to 13° cooler than this time yesterday. if you thought yesterday was cold, wait until you step out this morning. good thing, when you are out there scraping the ice off your car not much of a wind chill, mid to upper 40s noon, low to mid 50s 4:00, sunshine, clear air 7:00 back in the low to mid 50s. rain moves into the north bay tomorrow. the rest of us get rain and warmer weather, friday and saturday. >>> good drive 80 westbound past golden gate fields, into berkeley and emeryville past university avenue everything at the limit, a little slowing past 580 junction when 80 and 580 merge. other tha
, they were too late. they had to follow in 1777 and they were beaten at the battle of saratoga. that was the end of their real prospect of holding the colony's. >> you mentioned george washington and sam adams. where would you put james madison, john adams, some of the other big ones? >> james madison was a fairly young man at that point. he was an activist, but he was not an important figure. john quincy adams was not involved. john adams was a very significant force, a major force in putting the independence and the pre-independence, in essence were you had a country but it was still undeclared -- he was a huge force in that. >> i have a list of all the books you ever written, except the one that uses your never completed. it goes back to 1969. before getting to some of that, i want to show you a clip of a visit the you had with us in 1990. we do this with most guests. let's look and see the change. >> my sense is that, if you go back and look at the history of the republican party, and i don't think i sufficiently appreciated this back in 1967 is that it has taken power some
and there were beaten at the battle of saratoga. that was pretty much the end of their real prospect of holding the colony's. >> dimensions door to washington and sam adams -- you mentioned george washington and sam adams. where would you put some of the other big ones? >> james madison was a really young man at that time. he was an activist, but he was not an important figure. john quincy adams was not involved. john adams was a very significant force. a major force in putting the independents and pre- independence where you had a country but it was still undeclared, he was a huge force in that. >> i've got a list of all the books you ever written except for the one you say you never completed in the early times. it goes back to 1969. before i get into some of that, i want to show you a clip of a visit you had here in 1990. we do this the most guests. let's look and see how the changes. [video clip] >> if you go back and look at the history of the republican party, and i don't think i appreciated this in 1967 or 1968, that it has taken power in some of the great cycles of american history, it
today than you've had for the entire rain season this year. saratoga 3.54, pet lum la 2.69, south san jose with other 2.5 inches. no doubt the strongest storm we've seen so far not only this season but think this round of storms probably the strongest we've seen in about 2 1/2 years. so don't let your guard down the we still have another storm coming our way by this weekend, flash flood watch up for the north bay, also the bay area coastline as we do have that stronger round of rain coming our way, which could again produce anywhere from 1 to 3 inches generally for those lower elevations. right now we're tracking some rain up into the north bay. radar's having a hard time picking it up, though, there's so much cloud cover at the lower levels as it scans around it rookz like it's not finding much, but we flow's developing rainfall across 101, more showery in nature and we're finding the same thing back here across most bay. that's what you'll find for tonight. temperatures for the most part in the 50s to 60s, let's take you outside of that live hd sky camera network. if you're travelin
to cupertino to saratoga slow and go if not stop and go. the bay bridge westbound ride is backed up to the macarthur maze with hardly any movement here. the 880 approach drive times are over 28 minutes coming from the nimitz freeway. by the bright spots at surprisingly has been the ride to marin county southbound. northbound lanes have come to a stop here on 11 that indicates there is trouble and it could be in either line. we will investigate that an updated 40 shortly. >> stock the rest may be flooding but at least a rivers and creeks around the bay area are not. a lot of monitoring is going on right now by the weather service. the green is showing up on all the moderate locations. the russian river over in greensboro as well as a napa up river. is about 12 ft. there. the south bay with the guadalupe river everything in the grain that in the bay area as we are well below flood states. the latest look at that on cordero right now the creek is showing up as 5 ft.. things are looking that as far as the rivers and creeks are concerned today. state-owned to a kron4 news and get what th
it is pushing off. in towards the santa cruz mountains to campbell, saratoga and in the santa cruz mountains. things are lightening up a little bit. but still, from san jose, blossom hill, cupertino and south los gatos, to morgan hill. monterey highway, san martin and also gilroy. this will be the last in the series. so four pretty good systems, i'll say. we could use some drying out and we'll get that after the system today. so cloudy, rain, some of it is just kind of a fine mist or a steady rain. decreasing cloudy, fog and the heavier rain pushing south toward the mountains and we're about down. not cold by any step of the imagination. steve bridges in -- stretch of the imagination, steve bridges up in tahoe. it will be unbelievely thick fog in the north and east bay. everything looks good for the weekend, clearing out, breezy, cooler, at least sunny. >> all right, steve. that's our story for tomorrow. >>> three east bay firefighters badly hurt on sunday in a crash on highway 24 in orinda during that big storm are out of the hospital and back home. they had rushed to several crashes caused
were run by virginians. >> one of virginia and fun massachusetts. saratoga. of course battles and -- off the coast of georgia and panels in canada, and in the -- battle some western europe's, but the majority of battles are fought here. the interesting, the really interesting thing to me is that most of the battles fought here, the big battles are lost, losses the really incredible achievements, logistical achievements are evacuation's. and those -- said that is proline number one reason that we don't celebrate this area in full force. >> the other x loughner side. about 8,000 americans were killed in action. >> but a 11,000 tiny and the prison ships. >> most of those are new york. 7,000 prisoners apparently perished. >> at think that to prison ships better off what is now the brooklyn navy yard, to prison ships have something like 11,000, it's an estimate. people bynum. and again, that points. they're not the people who you would necessarily build a giant memorial for singularly. but, yes, those prison ships, washington protested the malta the war. people on the ships were no
pass. a little bit stronger towards sunnyvale, palo alto on 280. 101 back to saratoga. nothing too outrageous. there was a little bit of rain on the dumbarton. you can see on the new whack side and -- the new arc side -- newark. there's not a lot here. you can seat the cold air -- you can see the cold air coming in. the temperatures will rise. systems coming in, i mean, really fast-moving. we have to keep an eye on those. they are about 12-hour forecasts. 50s on the temperatures. very cool pattern for a while. chilly breezy. more possibility of rain and showers. i would say near the coast and then cool, breezy. one more system late saturday into sunday. this current pattern here. >> thank you, steve. >>> 19 minutes before 8:00. a minor shakeup on the nasdaq. what does this mean for the stock price of facebook? and tastes great! martinelli's: since 1868. withthysol disinfectant spray. and use the lysol no touch hand soap for 10 times more protection with each wash. this season, a good offense is the best defense. lysol. mission for health. >>> right now the markets are mixed. the do
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